By Padmini Parthasarathy
Mattel defends their decision to allow Sports Illustrated to use Barbie for their #unapologetic campaign.
French director re-imagines a world where men are slut-shamed and street-harassed. It isn't easy being a man in shorts and flip-flops.
International law firm Clifford Chance distributed a memo entitled “Presentation Tips for Women” that obviously was offensive. The masses were outraged and we were too. Here's our memo.
Fifteen years after Welsh singer Charlotte Church entered the music business, she's fed up with the demoralization of women by the industry and she's watched the manipulation unfold right in front of her.
When will people learn? Rape jokes and pictures from an African-themed party posted on Twitter, Instagram, etc., will get you an automatic trip to face an online firing squad. The editor who called a scientist an "urban whore" has resigned, but he's not the first offender and won't be the last.
Start a google search and see what the autocomplete brings up--if search starts with women, you'll find some quite strong opinions. That's the basis of an powerful campaign by UN Women.
In New Zealand, more women accept the belief that they are the "fairer sex," and they deserve to be taken care of by men. But researchers say, hostile forms of sexism are less tolerated. We wonder what the results would be in the U.S.
by Dalila-Johari Paul
by Elizabeth Plank
The Ethical Adman’s Tom Meggison sent along a new ad campaign by Molson. The campaign coins the word “guyet,” a supposedly masculine alternative to “diet.” If dieting is working out in order to be thin, then guyeting is “working out to justify eating the foods you love… Bacon, nachos, and burgers.” Importantly, this isn’t just about maintaining a strong distinction between men and women, it’s about maintaining gender inequality.